"Quarry" (TV show) is a drama series on Cinemax that is based on the novels of Max Allan Collins that tells the story of Mac Conway, a Marine who returns home to Memphis from Vietnam in 1972 and finds himself shunned by those he loves and demonized by the public. As he struggles to cope with his experiences at war, Conway is drawn into a network of killing and corruption that spans the length of the Mississippi River. 

The cast includes Logan Marshall-Green ("Prometheus") as Mac Conway, Jodi Balfour ("Final Destination 5") as Joni, Peter Mullan ("Olive Kitteridge") as The Broker, Nikki Amuka-Bird ("Luther") as Ruth, and Damon Herriman ("Justified") as Buddy, along with Jamie Hector ("The Wire") as Arthur, Edoardo Ballerini ("Romeo Must Die") as Karl, and Skipp Sudduth ("Ronin") as Lloyd.

"Quarry" is an HBO Entertainment production in association with Anonymous Content. The series is directed and executive produced by Greg Yaitanes (Emmy-winning "Banshee," Emmy winner for directing "House, M.D."), along with executive producer Steve Golin (Emmy-nominated "True Detective"). The series is created and executive produced by Graham Gordy & Michael D. Fuller ("Rectify"). Executive producers also include Matt DeRoss ("The End of the Tour"), David Kanter ("The End of the Tour"), Max Allan Collins and Ken Levin ("The Scribbler"). Additional writers on the series include Jennifer Schuur ("Hannibal") and Max Allan Collins. The series films on location in New Orleans and Tennessee.

Ana Ayora Books 'Banshee' Role; Mustafa Shakir Joins 'Quarry'


Network: Cinemax
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: September 9, 2016
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
Anonymous Content
HBO Entertainment

Cinemax Starts Production for 'Quarry' — Logan Marshall-Green stars in the new drama series, which is based on the novels of Max Allan Collins. Read more...

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